Katrin Streicher

all works 'Untitled' from the series 'Night time tremors',
Pigment Ink Print, 2014/15

Katrin Streicher is introduced by aff galerie.

Since 2013 Postgraduate Class with Prof. Ute Mahler & Robert Lyons, Ostkreuz School of Photography, Berlin
2006-2007 Master of Arts in Visual Anthropology, focus documentary photography, University of Manchester
2003-2006 Studies in Social Anthropology, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich
2000-2003 Bachelor's degree in Photography, Staatliche Fachakademie fuer Fotodesign, Munich

Katrin Streicher is a documentary photographer based in Berlin, Germany. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Photography from the Staatliche Fachakademie fuer Fotodesign (Munich, DE) and a Master’s degree in Visual Anthropology from the University of Manchester (funded by the AHRC, UK).

In 2011 her first photo book In Between – Siberia China Mongolia, was published by Nimbus Books, Zurich. Her work has been exhibited in group exhibitions in Munich, Tokyo and London and in solo exhibitions in Berlin and Hamburg. Streicher has been a member of the aff Galerie since 2012 and is currently enrolled in the Postgraduate Program at the Ostkreuz School for Photography (Berlin, DE) with Prof. Ute Mahler and Robert Lyons.

In her documentary work Streicher is drawn to topics and regions that have been affected by major changes. Political, geographical or social, she focuses on changes that have had a significant impact on the people living in these regions. Influenced by ideas from phenomenological philosophy her interest lies in the relationship between people and places, and perceptions of belonging and identity. Her work focuses on long term documentary projects based mainly in Northern and Eastern Europe.

Since 2013, Streicher has been working on the project 'Night time tremors' (working title) in Kiruna - a small city north of the Arctic Circle in Sweden. The work examines how changing landscapes caused by iron mining effects people’s lives.